As abortion rights cause wavering in the United States, the head of the World Health Organization (WHO), Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, has warned that restricting access to abortion will lead to unhealthy and dangerous procedures. Separately, Beijing has halted public transport operations as the city grapples with a rise in Covid cases.

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‘Access to safe abortion saves lives’: WHO chief comments amid row

According to the draft, the majority of conservative-controlled Supreme Court justices favor banning abortion. The Supreme Court has a 6-3 majority of deeply conservative justices.

Do not storm Azovstal steel plant, says Russia amid strikes on Mariupol

After Ukraine said Russian forces launched a powerful assault on the Azovstal steel plant, the Kremlin denied that Russia was storming the plant. The Russian military had earlier said its forces were using artillery and aircraft to target Azovstal.

Prime Minister Modi’s complex gifts to Crown Prince Fredrik of Denmark and Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson

Prime Minister Narendra Modi presented Pashmina with a J&K papier-mâché stole to Swedish Prime Minister Magdalena Andersson as he attended the second India-North Summit in Denmark.

After abortion, the US Supreme Court could take on contraception and same-sex marriage, experts say

As speculation swirls that the U.S. Supreme Court could overturn the Roe v. Wade verdict after a draft order went viral, legal experts now believe that other marriage laws , sexuality and family life, including access to contraception, could see an overhaul.

Severe Covid infection may affect thinking similar to 20-year-old: study

We already know that Covid infection affects physical and mental health. But a new study suggests that cognitive impairment caused by severe Covid infection may be equivalent to a 10-point drop in IQ.

Beijing halts public transport amid China’s Covid outbreak

As Beijing now faces the scourge of the resurgence of the COVID-19 virus, officials have decided to halt public transport in the capital to avoid the fate of Shanghai where millions of residents have been under strict lockdown for more than a month.

Text line Boria Majumdar-Wriddhiman Saha: Journalist faces anger, banned for two years by BCCI

Following the announcement of the Indian test team for the Sri Lankan home series, Saha revealed that a veteran journalist was asking him for an interview and also threatened him after he didn’t listen to his messages. .

Amber Heard suffered from domestic abuse, says new psychologist

A week after a forensic psychologist hired by Johnny Depp’s legal team claimed that Amber Heard showed no signs of post-traumatic stress disorder, another psychologist testified in court and claimed that the actress did indeed suffer from PTSD.

Despite war in Ukraine, Russian gas supplies to China soar 60% in 2022: Report

Even though energy shipments to Europe remain uncertain due to ongoing hostilities, Russian energy giant Gazprom reported a sharp increase in exports on Sunday.

Operation CuckooBees: Notorious Chinese hackers took billions of dollars from around 30 companies

Researchers have revealed a sophisticated Winnti cyberattack that uses Windows systems in a “rarely seen” method.